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Polyrhythmic Arrays

by Scott Roller

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Performed live on my Moog Trio (Subharmonicon, DFAM & Mother32) in my home studio, 3-5 December 2020. Released 6 December 2020 to kick off my "Month of Moog" project which ran through 6 January 2021. It is a real joy to have (take) the time to learn these fine instruments and their way of organizing and making music.

This music is not in a hurry to get anywhere, even when it is driving forward – time is of the essence, quite literally, but it is both precious and abundant. Some parts are minimal, trance-inducing, others industrial-strength, moments of rave, lots of sexy math. I hope some listeners can find something that works for them. If you get irritated with one thing, zap to the next one. If you like it, it will mostly go on for a while if you stay put.

Dedicated to my semi-modular brothers Roderik Vanderstraeten and Jochen Keil, who recently posed the question, whether the ensemble can do "real polyrhythms..." Seems it can.

If that sort of evolving thing is for you, enjoy the ride!

– Scott Roller, 6 December 2020, Stuttgart
scott@open-music.eu | scott@scottroller.de

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released April 12, 2022

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Rollermusic Stuttgart, Germany

Music by Scott Roller (USA/D): multi-instrumentalist, improviser, composer, educator and producer based in Stuttgart, Germany.

From composed and improvised chamber music to a wide range of electronic, electroacoustic music from now and the past 40 years.

Current emphasis on sound design, studio-based work which is manifested in film, video & live performances. Artistic Director of Open_Music.
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